Friday, May 29, 2020
Dear FSISD Community,
Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) is a one-time food benefit for families who lost access to free or reduced-price meals due to school closures. The P-EBT application will open the first week of June.
Click on the newsletter for more information.
Thank you and be safe.
Fort Stockton ISD
Monday, April 27, 2020
Good evening, Fort Stockton ISD wants to share information about what we know about graduation from the Texas Education Agency.
Thank you for taking the time to read the information and for the privilege of your time.
Fort Stockton ISD
Link to Newsletter: https://www.smore.com/jb9p1
April 17, 2020
Texas Governor announced today, Friday, April 17th, 2020, that Texas schools will be closed for the remainder of the school year and that public education, as we know, will continue remotely.
With the Governor's announcement, Fort Stockton ISD (FSISD) will continue with remote education in the best interest of our students. In the next coming weeks, FSISD will continue to work with parents, students, and staff, providing meals and instruction as well as how we will address end of the year activities.
There are many unanswered questions, and we appreciate the patience our parents, staff, and community have given us during these trying times. FSISD will always have health and safety as the first priority of our students, staff, and community when making decisions with the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), and our local officials.
Thank you, and we appreciate your patience in working with FSISD during these challenging times.
Fort Stockton ISD
April 12, 2020
CDC now recommends you wear a mask in public where you can’t avoid being near people, like in grocery stores, pharmacies & healthcare settings https://bit.ly/2V8o5Y2. Remember though, your local authorities may have already issued a specific order re: masks. #StayHomeTexas
April 11, 2020
The virus lives in tiny droplets in the lungs of people w/ COVID-19, even when they don’t show symptoms. We can breathe the same air as anyone within abt. 6 ft. of us. Staying farther apart from people during this time reduces the chance of breathing in the virus. #StayHomeTexas
April 10, 2020
Coughing & sneezing can send tiny infected droplets into the air which can be inhaled by anyone within 6 feet of us. Always cough or sneeze into a tissue or your elbow and immediately wash your hands to lessen the risk of spreading the virus. Be smart. Stay well! #StayHomeTexas
April 9, 2020
People with no symptoms have the potential to unknowingly spread COVID-19! That’s why it’s best for everyone in your family to stay at home and away from others as much as possible until instructed otherwise from state and local officials. #StayHomeTexas
April 8, 2020
Texas, remember the importance of social distancing. If you must go out, avoid public spaces and keep your distance from others (at least 6 feet). If we continue to follow valuable public health guidance, fewer of our friends & family will be affected by COVID-19. #StayHomeTexas
April 7, 2020
#COVID19 lives on droplets in the lungs of people with the virus, even if they don’t have symptoms. When infected people breathe, the virus enters the air. If you can’t #StayHome, wear a mask/scarf/bandana, stay 6 feet apart, and wash your hands. #DontGoViral
April 6, 2020
Common symptoms of #COVID19 are fever, dry cough, & shortness of breath. If you have mild symptoms, call your doctor & #StayHome. If you develop serious symptoms, such as trouble breathing, pressure in the chest, or bluish lips or face, call your doctor & seek care immediately.
April 5, 2020
Before social distancing, each person with #COVID19 spread the virus to 2.5 more people. At that pace, most would get it, and many more people would die. But we can slow the spread. That’s why we all #StayHome. #ApartTogether we slow coronavirus.
April 4, 2020
You can spread #COVID19 without knowing you have it. Whether you have symptoms or not, #StayHome. If you have to go out, wear a mask/bandana/scarf, regularly wash your hands, and stay 6 feet apart. We must stay #ApartTogether to slow coronavirus. https://tea.texas.gov/staywell
April 2, 2020
To avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our community, practice social distancing: • Avoid going out in public • When in public, keep six feet of distance between you and others • Follow guidance provided by local and state officials. Get more information at https://texas.gov/covid19 #covid19 #texasstrong #stayhome
March 31, 2020
Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced today that all Texas schools will remain closed until Monday, May 4, 2020.
Fort Stockton ISD remains committed to our students and community providing continued learning and meals for all our students during school closures.
Thank you for all your patience and support.
Fort Stockton ISD thanks all our staff, students, and parents for making the best of our current situation. We thank our Fort Stockton family and community for their kindness and support, especially our health professionals, truck drivers, grocery store employees, first responders, and all other essential occupations.
Meals served at Intermediate School (1100 W. 2nd Street). Monday through Friday.
Breakfast: 7:30am- 9:30am
Alamo, Apache, Intermediate, & Middle School Learning Packet Pick up Monday and Friday.
High School Learning Packet Pick up Monday and Friday.
7:30am-9:30am and 3:00pm- 4:00pm
Please call your school if you have any questions:
Alamo School (432)336-4016
Apache School (432)336-4161
Intermediate School (432)336-4141
Fort Stockton Middle School (432)336-4131
Fort Stockton High School (432)336-4101
Over the weekend, we encourage you to take a deep breath, relax, enjoy your family and loved ones, and remember...this too shall pass.
Fort Stockton ISD